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Highland Deceit

Narrated by: Nicole Marie Blessing
Length: 1 hr and 57 mins
Categories: Romance, Historical
4.5 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)
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Alan Innes, Laird of Edinburgh, Clan McGregor, finds himself falling for the beautiful servant-maid, Heather, the daughter of the castle's groundskeeper. He has just returned home to the castle, planning his wedding to a woman he will never love.

When his mother catches Alan and Heather alone, her suspicions rise. Lady Innes will do whatever has to be done to keep her son and Heather apart. When Lady Innes concocts a plan to banish Heather from the castle with Alan's betrothed, things take a deadly turn.

When Alan’s betrothed then disappears, all eyes fall on Heather. While Alan does not want to believe that Heather is capable of such horrible deeds, he soon discovers he was wrong. With a breaking heart, he realizes that the woman he loves is not who she says she is, and both she and her father must be put to death.

©2017 Blair Keith (P)2017 Blair Keith

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A short story that want to be a novel

Highland Deceit is a fairly a short story, but it contains enough plot to fill a whole novel. The pace is fast to accommodate everything. The story is good, but this is a book that could benefit from more details and more fleshing out.

The narrator does a decent job with the story, but there are moments when she just doesn’t get things right, and sometimes things get rushed in her telling.

I received a complimentary copy of this audiobook. This is my honest and voluntary review.